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McCoy

Tony, full name Anthony Peter McCoy. born 1974, Northern Irish jockey; winner of seven consecutive riders' titles in 2001--02
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After spending two days excavating at the site, we were pleased to find a number of original artifacts from the actual structure, such as window glass and both wrought and machine-cut nails, and we were able to trace the lineage of the property right back to Randall McCoy and his wife Sarah McCoy.
The McCoy homestead could turn up more details about that fateful night in 1888, and provide evidence of how the family lived and died.
According to the affidavits, the informant met Johnny McCoy May 8 at the Honey Farms on Highland Street, and Anthony McCoy and Ms.
The McCoys then put the game out of reach in the sixth inning, scoring four runs on three hits.
The defendant, John Vance, owns property adjoining the McCoy cemetery and claims that the gravel road leading to the cemetery is a private drive.
When I talked to the McCoys in the first week of September they were working on a piece called Every Anvil, which was to put old Looney Tunes cartoons through the same kind of shredder that Every Shot did Starsky and Hutch, with the difference that instead of including everything it would focus on violence.
Westerton Currie, Dean Falls, Oscar McCoy, and John Clayton have two things in common: They were all targets of drug abatement by City Attorney Mark Sidran, and they all happen to be black.
To make matters worse, the state Liquor Control Board revoked the tavern's liquor license last month, even though senior administrative law judge Ernest Heller determined in November that the McCoys "had an excellent history of compliance" (no violations in two decades).
In addition to their hard work and dedication, the McCoys success stems largely from a franchise program that McCoys themselves have helped refine over the years.